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Project by hrvoje posted 1642 days ago 2195 views 25 times favorited 14 comments Add to Favorites Watch

armchair made so it can be disasembled..
walnut.
pillows are made terible,not by me so…the guy that did them stalled me a month and did not do a good job.but far from good.
some carving on legs.
it can be disasemled on 6 parts for easy transport.

-- hrvoje





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Millo

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#1 posted 1642 days ago

I love it. Any pics of it entirely disassembled? Thanks.

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hrvoje

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#2 posted 1642 days ago

i will put it on my web page cause its allowed here only 6 pictures

-- hrvoje

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kodiak

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#3 posted 1642 days ago

looks great

-- Simple advice is the best advice

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Jonathan

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#4 posted 1642 days ago

So your part looks solidly built and well done!

Now, I’m no seamstress, but the cushions sort of detract from your work, in my opinion, which is too bad.

I too, would like to see some sort of assembly/disassembly montage.

-- Jonathan, Denver, CO "Constructive criticism is welcome and valued as it gives me new perspectives and helps me to advance as a woodworker."

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hrvoje

260 posts in 1973 days


#5 posted 1642 days ago

disassembled parts

-- hrvoje

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Chelios

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#6 posted 1642 days ago

hrvojre

Really amazing piece. I will put it in my favorites. I like the ingenuity of it and the modern look at the same time. Is it your own design?

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hrvoje

260 posts in 1973 days


#7 posted 1642 days ago

thx Chelio.yes my design.
dont know how much do u guyz see but upper side of the leg and lower side are slightly taperd.

-- hrvoje

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bench_dogg

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#8 posted 1642 days ago

Well done.

I really like the design—sort of a modernist morris chair. How is it to sit in?

Nice photography too.

-bd

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Puupaja

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#9 posted 1642 days ago

Nice looking chair I seen some same features as Aalto`s tank chair, carving gives nice touch

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RexMcKinnon

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#10 posted 1639 days ago

Cool chair and great for those people who feel the need to move every 2 years.

-- If all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail!

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Ben Robinson

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#11 posted 1632 days ago

Great design. I really like the interest it has from different angles.

-- Ben, Atlanta, http://www.plankandboard.com

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Falegname

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#12 posted 1562 days ago

I love this. Really really great. Also a great idea for urbanites that move a lot in big cities. Being able to break you furniture down into flat packable pieces and move them to your next apartment is a VERY valuable trait to have. Great job.

-- Mark / Montreal - "Measure Once, Curse Twice."

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a1Jim

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#13 posted 1562 days ago

Looks comfy good job.

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MOJOE

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#14 posted 1523 days ago

Comments a little late, but this design is genius…...I love it!

-- Measuring twice and cutting once only works if you read the tape correctly!

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